"It’s a safety hazard, certainly with slippers, and it also says something to the work ethic. Like anything else, if you get yourself into a mental state about something you’re going to be more prepared to work, and if you come to school in pajamas you’re prepared for something else," said Assoc. Principal Beriau. The school’s revised dress code also bans "clothing that is excessively tight so as to be provocative." Beriau said it may be difficult to determine what crosses the line making clothing provocative, but officials want to make sure underwear isn’t showing and students are dressed in a way they would show up for work. "We’re dealing with trying to reinforce civility, if not initiate it..."
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